E-Cube Stationary

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DESIGN FEATURES:

Bi-directional forklift plates, internal baffle plates, galvanized hatch plates, stacking corners & lifting lugs to allow safe & easy handling

Designed to stack inside shipping containers & across truck beds providing economical transportation

Unique Hexagonal corners for extra strength

Large designed dispensing gun equipment compartment with fixed arrangements to carry hose reels, pumps, gun nozzles, cables, batteries & bund alarms

110% bunded tank capacity – to meet the global environmental regulations

Completely removable inner tank for easy maintenance & cleaning

Primary & secondary hatch plates – for multiple use & versatility. (The primary hatch plates act as a manway)

Space efficient design – easily stacked 2 high when full & 3 high when empty

Unique pitched outer lid – designed to allow for dust & rain regress

The primary hatch plate comes with a secure lockable design & has beading around the lid closing position

The primary hatch plate is fitted with a 3″ fill pipe, three- 1″ return pipes & three- 1 1/4″ feed pipes as standard for multiple use

APPROVALS  & CERTIFICATIONS:

UL-142 / ULC-S601

UN31 A/Y US D.O.T

(IBC) Intermediate Bulk Container

Lifting when Full Certified 125G to 792G

Vibration Tested

SPECIFICATION DATA SHEET

PRIMARY: 3” fusible fill cap, 2” pressure vacuum vent, standard breather vent, 3 x 1 1/4” feed.
Fitting Plate: Sockets, 3 x 1” return sockets, float level fuel gauge.
SECONDARY: Fitting Plate: Supplied with blank plate as standard, optional return & feed sockets available.

MODEL: E-CUBE MOBILE 125G

Capacity (Gallons) 125 Inner Tank Thickness(In) 8 gauge(11/64″) base
Capacity (Liters) 450 Outer Tank Thickness(In) 8 gauge(11/64″) base
11 gauge(1/8″) side wall
Length (Inches) 56 Weight, empty (lbs) 926
Width (Inches) 41.1 Weight, with fuel (lbs) 1,774
Height (Inches) 33.6 Safe Fuel Fill Level (Gallons) 113
*Calculations are based on safe fill levels at 95% total tank capacity & specific gravity of diesel as 0.9
Standard Equipment

External Lid

Primary Hatch Cover Lid

Stacking Cover with Lifting Lugs

Primary Hatch Fittings Plate

Bracket for Dispensing Nozzle

Internal Steel Fuel Pipes

Pump Bracket System

Hose Reel Brackets

Forklift Access

Secondary Hatch Cover Lid

Secondary Hatch Fittings Plate (fitting optional extra)

Inner Primary Tank Lifting Lug

Inner Primary Tank

External Bund Tank

Skid Mounted Base Frame

Bi-directional Forklift Pockets

Standard Accessories

Primary Hatch Plate

Stacking Corners & Lifting Lug

Universal Pump Bracket

Optional Accessories

Dispensing Nozzle

Electric Pumps

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Parts Description

Inner Tank: The inner tank is a primary storage tank having all fuel transfer accessories and externally encased within an outer bund tank.

Outer Tank: Outer bund designed to contain 110% on the inner tank volume it surrounds & wraps the main inner tank unit, has the interstitial space between inner & outer tanks. Therefore any potential leak that may occur will be cap­tured in this sealed space, preventing the release to the environment.

Top Lid: The top plate used to cover the inner tank.

Fuel Fill: Fuel fill inlet used to fill the inner fuel tank in a secure way, without sparks and spillages. Automatic or manu­al latch nozzles can be used for filling.

Fuel Suction: Feeding of the engine (through a pump). Fuel suction pipe provided up to the level of 4″ above from the bottom of the inner tank is used to withdraw fuel from the inner tank to the outlet unit (Genset/Engines). There are 2 suction points provided to feed the 2 units (Gensets/Engines) at the same time.

Fuel Return: Used as a return inlet for the excess fuel withdrawn from the tank. Normal Vent: Used to relieve vacuum and pressure of fuel as it expands and contracts.

Emergency Vent: Emergency vents are installed on aboveground storage tanks as a code requirement. Emergency vents provide high capacity pressure relief if the tank is exposed to fire. When the internal tank pressure reaches the opening pressure of the emergency vent, the weighted cover moves up on the center pin allowing air to escape. When the internal tank pressure falls, the cover automatically lowers back.

Fuel Level gauge: A fuel gauge is used to indicate the level of fuel contained in a tank. To measure or evaluate the remaining quantity of fuel in the tank.

Note: Over-fill provision can be provided as per client request.

Pump Kit: The pump kit takes the fuel from the day tank and uniformly flows the fuel to the required portable units with control of flow capacity.



Fuel Cubes See our full line of portable, D.O.T. certified fuel storage cubes from 125 to 792 gallons.See our full line of portable, D.O.T. certified fuel storage cubes from 125 to 792 gallons.

E-Cube Stationary

*** Coming Soon *** The Envirosafe Stationary Fuel Cube is 110% contained. It’s holds up to 1053 gallons and UL Rating TBD (to be determined). It is a perfect stationary fuel storage source and is easily stackable on your job or remote location. The E-Cube Stationary will allow you to connect multiple pieces of equipment at once. Inside, it can hold an electric or hand pump as well as a 30ft hose reel.

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APPROVALS  & CERTIFICATIONS

UL-142

(IBC) Intermediate Bulk Container

Lifting when Full Certified

Standard Accessories

Primary Hatch Plate

Stacking Corners & Lifting Lug

Universal Pump Bracket

Optional Accessories

Dispensing Nozzle

Electric Pumps

Parts Description

Inner Tank: The inner tank is a primary storage tank having all fuel transfer accessories and externally encased within an outer bund tank.

Outer Tank: Outer bund designed to contain 110% on the inner tank volume it surrounds & wraps the main inner tank unit, has the interstitial space between inner & outer tanks. Therefore any potential leak that may occur will be cap­tured in this sealed space, preventing the release to the environment.

Top Lid: The top plate used to cover the inner tank.

Fuel Fill: Fuel fill inlet used to fill the inner fuel tank in a secure way, without sparks and spillages. Automatic or manu­al latch nozzles can be used for filling.

Fuel Suction: Feeding of the engine (through a pump). Fuel suction pipe provided up to the level of 4″ above from the bottom of the inner tank is used to withdraw fuel from the inner tank to the outlet unit (Genset/Engines). There are 2 suction points provided to feed the 2 units (Gensets/Engines) at the same time.

Fuel Return: Used as a return inlet for the excess fuel withdrawn from the tank. Normal Vent: Used to relieve vacuum and pressure of fuel as it expands and contracts.

Emergency Vent: Emergency vents are installed on aboveground storage tanks as a code requirement. Emergency vents provide high capacity pressure relief if the tank is exposed to fire. When the internal tank pressure reaches the opening pressure of the emergency vent, the weighted cover moves up on the center pin allowing air to escape. When the internal tank pressure falls, the cover automatically lowers back.

Fuel Level gauge: A fuel gauge is used to indicate the level of fuel contained in a tank. To measure or evaluate the remaining quantity of fuel in the tank.

Note: Over-fill provision can be provided as per client request.

Pump Kit: The pump kit takes the fuel from the day tank and uniformly flows the fuel to the required portable units with control of flow capacity.

Applications

Limited Access Worksites

For a logistically challenging site that requires fuel, an E-Cube can be safely lifted by crane or forklift quickly and easily.

Fleet Refueling

In remote locations or at your facility, the E-Cube Stationary can be fitted to refuel your fleet and reduce any unneeded downtime.

On-Site Fuel Supply

You can easily fuel machinery on-site when needed and save time by not waiting for fuel delivery.

Generator Equipment

An E-Cube can connect to multiple pieces of equipment at the same time and dispense fuel by pump when needed.

Fuel Cubes See our full line of portable, UL-142 certified fuel storage cubes from 125 to 792 gallons.

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